rain rain 27 Replies 3354 As I write this, it feels like it has rained everyday since it stopped snowing. Not really, but it feels that way. Advertisement Related
. . . lucky . . . humidity here right now is 16%.
I’d like to borrow that for a week if I may.
And you are locked up inside. Cheers!
Actually, no. This was not taken at my house. Lamberton Conservatory.
There’s something about rain… it always comes with that feeling.
We have had sun and warmth for several days now, but I’m waiting for some rain at the moment.
I really like the colours and the feeling in this one, Ken. Great work!
Thanks, M. I am patiently waiting warmer weather. Spring is taking its time arriving.
We always have to wait for something… I admire your patience, Ken.
Look out your window Ken… I know it is unbelievable but I see sun!
Very nice image, and a nice reminder of what it used to be like when it rained here….
Thanks, Mel. The weather we’re having is really not that unusual for this time of year. It will even out when we get the hot dry summer.
I saw rain last week, but only because I was in Atlanta. Here in Lubbock, we’ve had less than an inch this year; the annual average to this point is 4.13″. Oh, and today, it’s supposed to be nearly 100 degrees, a record high for the day.
I’m sorry you are enduring so much precipitation – in one form or another. It can get one down after a while. I never thought the rain would stop here a few weeks ago when we had all the floods, but recently we have enjoyed sunshine and fine days. They will get to you soon.
Love this image and the contrast between the strong verticals and the misted view beyond. Rainy days certainly make for some wonderful and interesting photo opportunities!
Thanks, Meanderer. I’m optimistic about warmer days coming. The rain and overcast days are really better for shooting outdoors, so in a way it’s not so bad.
Story of my life, Ken. It’s been raining here for what seems like forever. Depressing.
Cheer up, Gracie. I predict better weather ahead. And soon, too!
I am crossing my fingers, Ken. Crossing my fingers.
Love this too, with the soft (and wet) colours.
Thanks, Bente. I liked the soft background with the hard edged doors for contrast.
Your post reminds me a song who start like that “rain drops are falling ” etc…. (just do’nt remember the words, just the music”. Nice picture Ken, but as we say after the rain, the sun rise!.
Just a little patience!!
“Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head”, yes, I know the song very well.
Well it sure has been a wet transition to Spring after a brutal Winter. Luckily, we’ve had a string of nice days lately.
The fogged glass and droplets in your photo add a little mystery, making one wonder what’s on the other side. Nice, Ken. 😉
Thanks, Jimi. It’s a very nice view on the other side of the glass but it was raining so hard I didn’t get a chance to shoot it. These doors are locked when the weather gets bad but it’s not far from the main entrance.
Even rain doesn’t stop the keen photographer providing you can stay in the dry. The only hope is that if its rains all it wants to now, maybe the summer will be super dry. But then climate is so fickle it’s probably got other ideas.
Thanks, Andy. We have now had two days in a row without rain. Good news for the farmers who have to dry out the fields before planting and good news for me, too, Maybe I’ll see some flowers.
This is great…a perfect shot for the mood of the day here in Hong Kong. Super blog you have here.
Thanks, Dalo. We have certainly had our share of rain this year. Probably someone else’s share, too.